Back in Shape: A Back Owner's Manual
Four out of five people will suffer from back pain at some time in their lives, Dr. Hochschuler, co-founder of the Texas Back Institute, tells readers how to know when to go ahead on their own and when to seek help and shows exercises for prevention, for treatment, and even for first aid, along with ways to keep our backs happy in daily living. Over 100 photos.
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